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It is always difficult to attribute works to Domenico Bresolin with certainty. He worked with paper negatives and his prints are almost always salted prints or more rarely diluted albumen prints with a low contrast and light coloration because of poor washing. It is the color and texture of the true Bresolin print that makes it unmistakable. On some of his prints there is a number and a caption in dark text on a white background on the left or right hand side at the bottom.
Bresolin began his work in 1849 or 1850 and often sold his prints through Carlo Ponti and it is possible to find Bresolin prints on a Carlo Ponti cardboard mount with a Bresolin blind stamp.
[Contributed by Marco C. Antonetto, 2008]
Dorothea Ritter, Venedig in Fruhen Photographien von Domenico Bresolin, (1996, Edition Braus)